Doherty, John Bernard “Bernie”

John Bernard Doherty


18.8.1929 ~ 4.5.2022

The Service to Celebrate Bernie's Life will be held at the

 Renowden Chapel, Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Second Avenue, Springvale

on WEDNESDAY, May 11th, 2022 at 3.00pm.

The service will be followed by afternoon tea from 4pm - 5.00pm.

Bernie's service will be livestreamed, to watch the service online

please click on the link below

3 Tributes

  1. Carmel &Shayne Lyddy-Meaney
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    Bernie you have been part of our life for 47 years, first meeting as Camberwell neighbours then progressing to lifelong friends.
    We’ve shared the happiest and saddest times.
    You typified the “old school value” that a happy life is not something we are owed but rather something we create.
    We will miss your sunny personality with your cheeky chuckle.
    Together now with with your soulmate, Pat forever.
    RIP Bernie.
    Much love Carmel and Shayne and our sincere condolences to Paul, Fran, Poppy, Daisy, David and the extended Doherty family.

  2. Jill James
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    Fond memories of Bernie from a very loving caring Catholic Camberwell Family -with loved and greatly respected and admired parents Sylvia and Jack and sister Maureen -who took over the care of our mutual cousins Kevin ,Patrick and John when their mother Flora (Sylvia’s sister ) sadly died. A Mass for the repose of Bernie’s soul will be offered at St Dominic’ s Camberwell today 10/5/22 at 12 Noon. The Dominican’s would be pleased to attend and offer final prayers and blessings for Bernie prior to tomorrow if requested phone 99126870.

    God bless your life’s work Bernie Eternal Light shine upon you and may you Rest in Peace and be reunited with your loving parents Sylvia and Jack and loved wife Pat .

  3. Ken Wastell
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    Very saddened to belatedly hear Bernie had passed away. First met Dohertys when I was delivering medication to Pat for Strathdale Pharmacy in Bendigo. After Pat passed away I developed a relationship with Bernie & I’d regularly pick him up for a coffee at one of the local cafes, thoroughly enjoyed our chats & time together. God bless you Bernie. A valued mate.

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